On Tuesday's episode of The Hills, the Kristin-Justin Bobby-Audrina love saga continues. Kristin attempts to make peace with Audrina by texting an invite to lunch, but Audrina never shows. Instead, Lo swings by and Kristin tells her about how she met Justin Bobby for a drink, just to tell him they should remain friends. Lo knows there had to have been more to the meeting. "Justin never asked me out to drinks to get to know me better," she observes.
After a very intense week on the ranch, the heat is on Tracey. Shay immediately confronts her for going against her word to make Daniel's weight-loss count, but Tracey sees no wrongdoing in her decision. Things continue to get worse for Tracey when Dr. H informs her that she's not getting much better and can no longer walk for exercise or even get in the pool. She cries out her frustration and wonders how she's going to keep herself on the ranch without working out.
Nathan's rumored affair has hit the tabloids and it's time for him to face the music. As soon as the story breaks, Nate's son, Jamie, sees the tabloid detailing the sordid story of Nathan, Renee and their supposed love child in the grocery store. Poor Jamie gets picked on by his friends, who laugh that he's going to be getting a brother or sister, but Nathan assures him the only sibling he'll ever get in the future will be from his mom and dad.
Kristin Cavallari, Justin Bobby
Season 5 of The Hills returned with a bang... or shall I say bitch? Spencer and Heidi's "welcome home" party (that they threw for themselves) served as the introduction to the second half of the season and the new members joining the cast. So what drama went down with K-Cav and the crew? Read on for the recap.
After the victory of losing 155 pounds and having no elimination, the players soon find out that the celebration won't be lasting too long as Alison announces it's "would you rather" week. They'll have plenty of decisions to make that could change the entire competition, beginning with the first choice of trading in the trainers for a two-pound advantage. Seems like a huge thing to give up in order for two measly pounds at weigh-in, but clearly Tracy from the Purple Team doesn't think so. While the other players were waiting for Ali to raise the stakes with a higher offering, Tracy jumped at the chance to have an advantage her competitors wouldn't. And her teammate Coach Mo is not so thrilled with her decision.
In this week's episode, Nathan makes a decision as to how to proceed with Renee's allegations that she's pregnant with his child. Despite Alex's wild-child ways, the Clothes Over Bros fashion shoot goes off without a hitch and Quinn is confronted — face to face — with her relationship back at home.
While lots of shows focus on medical emergencies inside the ER, NBC's Trauma is centered on the scene of the accident, star Derek Luke says. TVGuide.com caught up with Luke about how intense filming has been and why he chose this project as his transition from film to television.
TVGuide.com: What drew you to Trauma?
Derek Luke: I happened to work with one of the producers before, Pete Berg, [who] directed me in Friday Night Lights. I thought who best to understand me coming from film and...we had the same goals to inspire. I never felt like I was leaving film to come to TV. I always felt that because the stakes were so high...
Kristin Cavallari, The Hills
Although she started out as Lauren Conrad's BFF on Season 1 of The Hills (new season premieres Tuesday, Sept. 29, 10/9c, MTV), Heidi Montag Pratt soon turned into the reality show's resident bad girl. Teaming up with her now-husband Spencer Pratt, Heidi was often at the center of the drama, whether by spreading vicious rumors about LC or catfighting with bartenders who hit on her hubby. This season, former Laguna Beach star Kristin Cavallari returns to reality TV, and judging by the way the devil in a blue dress sashayed into Spencer and Heidi's wedding during last season's finale, Heidi might have some competition. So who do you think will make a better Hills baddie: Heidi or K-Cav? Watch the clip from the new season after the jump.
The CW has added another reality show to its lineup with the new docu-series Fly Girls, the network announced Wednesday. Teaming up with Virgin America, Fly Girls will follow the lives of five flight attendants from the airline. The series will debut midseason.
See what other shows will be on midseason
"This show is about real, down-to-earth young women who happen to have landed in an exceptionally glamorous, high-flying career filled with exotic locations and handsome strangers," says CW programming exec Kristen Vadas.
In eight half-hour episodes, Fly Girls will also detail...
Week 2 of The Biggest Loser is notorious on the ranch for being daunting and disappointing. Huge weight-loss is seen after the first week, but often the second brings much less reason to celebrate. This season, the stakes are raised and an incentive is provided to motivate the contestants to really kick Week 2 in the butt. Would they be successful? Keep reading to find out.